Do ACE inhibitors have any drug interactions?

Dr. Darria Long Gillespie, MD
Emergency Medicine
If you are taking the following drugs, ACE inhibitors can lead to side effects and should be avoided:

• aliskiren
• angiotensin II receptor antagonist
• eplerenone
• everolimus
• gliptin
• gold sodium thiomalate 
• loop diuretic
• nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug 
• spironolactone 
• temsirolimus 
• thiazide diuretic
• tyrosine kinase inhibitor

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